This guide describes how to replace the AWN200 Sensor with the AWN202 Sensor in an internal tap deployment.
In the box
These items are in the box:
- AWN202 Sensor
- Three ethernet cables
- Power cord and power supply
- One red crossover ethernet cable — Use only if needed
- Optional rack ears for mounting
- Extra SSD cable — Use only if needed
Replacing the sensor
To perform the replacement:
Rack the sensor in its final location.
Cable the new sensor such that:
Cables for Ports 1, 2, 3, and 4 on the AWN200 Sensor plug in to Ports 3, 4, 5, and 6 respectively on the AWN202 Sensor.
The cable for the Management Port, Port 6 on the AWN200 Sensor plugs in to the Management Port, Port 1 on the AWN202 Sensor.
See the diagrams below for all port numbers.
Note: The ports for the AWN202 Sensor are not in the same location as those on the AWN200 Sensor that you previously deployed.
Plug in and power on the sensor.
Tip: The Power LED turns green when the sensor is on.
Ping the management IP address that you provided to Arctic Wolf to verify network connectivity.
Wait 15 minutes, and then verify if the Sensor Status LED, which is second from the top, turns green. This means that the sensor is connected to the Arctic Wolf monitoring service.
Email email@example.com if you cannot perform steps 3, 4, or 5 successfully.
Use the return label to ship the old sensor back to Arctic Wolf.
Using the ticket for the sensor replacement, contact Arctic Wolf to confirm that sensor connectivity, flows, and logs are functioning correctly.